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... the ruling family, the Osmans, governed their empire. Built over the centuries from the 1460s to the early 18th century -- each generation had to leave its imprint -- the palace features beautifully tiled rooms around a large garden. Of particular interest was the living quarters of the family and, of course, the harem. The extended family lived in interconnected rooms and courtyards. The sultan, his mother, and the first two of his four wives ...
... certainty. The driver pointed us to the other bus and we boarded just as they were closing the doors. Thank you, stubborn bus driver person, for insisting that we get on the correct bus. Something tells me they've had a problem with this in the past! We arrived at the airport about three hours before departure and were immediately cleared into seats next to each other for the flight to Male, Maldives. We have never been so excited for a little beach time and scuba ...
... cheap and cheerful' restaurant which was just that. In this case, the food was okay but the people watching was great. Our fellow diners were primarily Turkish families with a few obviously on dates. The place was packed and the waiters incredibly busy.
As we headed back to our hotel we noticed that people were still heading both in and out of the Blue Mosque. Always keen to avoid crowds we headed in for a look. What a visually stunning building and ...
... bit and was not at all cold. We agreed that seeing your breath is a good think, since it is simply evidence that you are using a sufficient amount of air to support the voice.
All things considered, the performance was solid and musical. There was a large audience. I did not count, but the large church was nearly full, and I estimate between 200 and 300 were in attendance. While we all ...
... crowd and singer, everyone clapped and sang along, it was great! After a couple of beers and pub snacks we walked home hand in hand pleased with our busy day. The next day we properly met the other people in our hostel room (Tom, Phil, Joe and Charles) and we all decided to take the local ferry to the Asian side of Istanbul. For three lira we were able to hop on a ferry and make our way east. Once we got to the other side the boys intention was to do a mini pub crawl, ...